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The Women of Netflix’s GLOW Are Powerful and ’80s as Heck

In a new featurette, we get to hear from different members of the cast as they're decked out in '80s wrestling gear during their interviews.

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Marc Maron and Adam Carolla Fill Us in on the Current State of the Podcasts vs. Patent Trolls Fight

Spoiler alert: Patent trolls are still the worst.

Today's episode of WTF with Marc Maron features the great Billy Connolly, but before that part of the show Maron sat down with fellow podcaster Adam Carolla to discuss the current state of his fight against the patent trolls currently targeting podcasters. Hear how it's going and learn what you can do to help.

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Netflix Continues Original Comedy Special Trend With Marc Maron’s Thinky Pain Out Today

It looks like Netflix is just going through a list of our favorite comedians.

Netflix has been stepping up its original content efforts and recently announced it would focus on comedy specials. They kicked off with John Hodgman's wonderful Ragnarok, and today they're continuing it with Marc Maron's new special Thinky Pain. We like what you're doing here, Netflix.

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Crowdsourced Psychology: Diagnose What’s Wrong with Marc Maron, Win a Prize

Do we have to limit our guess to just one thing?

If you're a fan of Marc Maron's podcast WTF with Marc Maron, seen his IFC show Maron, or read his book Attempting Normal, you probably have some theories on what exactly is wrong with him, and he'd like to hear them. He put a call out for armchair diagnoses, and has even offered a prize if anyone gets it right.

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White House Takes on Patent Trolls, Promises Reform of Patent System

Patent trolls are the worst, so the White House is finally doing something about them.

The United States patent system is broken. Instead of its intended purpose of protecting inventors from having their ideas stolen, it's been turned into something used to stifle innovation. Today the White House announced a plan to reform the patent system, and to stop so-called Patent Trolls.

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IFC’s Maron Premieres Friday… Or You Can Just Watch It Right Now

Marc Maron hosts one of the best podcasts on the Internet, WTF with Marc Maron, and now he's hoping to parlay some of that success into the world of television with a new show on IFC. It premieres this Friday night, but because waiting for things is the worst they've put the first episode up online already. Check it out right here.

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Knock it Off: Patent Trolls Now Targeting Podcasters

Patent trolls have been a problem in the tech industry for years, but now they're branching out and trying to ruin more things. A company called Personal Audio is waving around an incredibly vague patent that it claims virtually every podcast on the Internet is violating. They've already gone after some big names in podcasting like Adam Corolla, and they pose a serious threat to the medium.

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Story Time With The State’s Kevin Allison, Host of the Risk! Podcast

Kevin Allison is probably best known for his work with the sketch comedy group The State, which also featured the likes of Michael Ian Black, Thomas Lennon, and many more. When The State broke up, Kevin found himself in a situation a lot of us find ourselves in when a major part of our life comes to a close: He didn't know what to do next. Allison now hosts the popular storytelling podcast Risk!, but the road that got him there wasn't an easy one. Allison was nice enough to talk with us about The State, storytelling, and the process behind Risk!

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Michael Keaton Talks Batman, Beetlejuice, and the New Robocop on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron is one of the most popular, and best, podcasts on the Internet. It's on the radar of most comedy geeks, but Maron interviews people from a few different worlds, including the world of Hollywood. The latest episode features an interview with Michael Keaton, who many forget started as a comic, and the two talked about Batman, Beetlejuice, and Keaton's role in the upcoming Robocop reboot.

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Nick Lowe, Tim Heidecker, and Wilco Help Marc Maron Become a Sensitive Man [Video]

This is one of those great moments where the stars align and a cavalcade of great artists come together to create something truly beautiful. In the new music video for singer songwriter Nick Lowe (Cruel to be Kind), Tim Heidecker plays the role of a new age therapist who walks WTF podcast host Marc Maron through "smile piles" and "rollover whispers." In typical T&E fashion, uncomfortable wardrobe choices abound. Also, rock group Wilco, singer Robyn Hitchcock, and actress Maria Thayer show up -- because why not? Watch it, and see Heidecker help Maron find his prismatic aura. Now all it needs is some shrim.

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